01-05-2011, 02:21 PM
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I have no idea about the waterfall at the hotel, however the damn was a case study, investigated by the Army corp of Engineers, and that was their findings. As far as the laws of chemistry, I assume you are referring to saturation laws, however I don't think that they apply to this scenario. Reason being saturation laws apply to how much oxygen will stay in the water if left undisturbed, where as you have a constant flow of in coming in this situation, it immediately rises to the top, by while it does it is sill within the water, meaning at that point I think it is possible for supersaturation.
But then again, I am a physics major, chemistry is probably my weakest subject :/